Industry employees asked ‘what matters?’ in order to

encourage change in culture and working practices

The Hospitality and Tourism Skills Network has launched the ‘What matters?’ survey to gain feedback from employees across the industry on what’s important to them and will make them stay working in the industry.

The hospitality and tourism industry has faced a turbulent time over the past 18 months, however as it begins to rebuild this presents compelling new opportunities for those seeking a career in hospitality and tourism.

With the industry facing acute challenges around staffing and people, many businesses are exploring innovative ways to attract and retain talent.

Ciaran O’Neill, Chair of the Hospitality and Tourism Skills (HATS) Network comments:

“With skilled talent in high demand by employers, it’s clear there is an opportunity to influence the culture, working practices and the quality of jobs on offer. The ‘What matters?’ survey is an opportunity for employees to tell the industry what’s important to them and for employers to hear what current and future talent want.”

The results of the survey will be used to inform industry and encourage change.

Roisin McKee, Project Director of the Hospitality and Tourism Skills (HATS) Network comments:

“As businesses begin to look at ways to offer a different and better quality job experience I would urge employers to encourage their teams to share their views and experiences. This is an opportunity to encourage change and identify ways to improve the future talent pipeline.”

Employees across the industry are invited to share their views in the survey here.

The hospitality and tourism industry has faced a turbulent time over the past 18 months, however as it begins to rebuild this presents compelling new opportunities for those seeking a career in hospitality and tourism.

With the industry facing acute challenges around staffing and people, many businesses are exploring innovative ways to attract and retain talent.

Ciaran O’Neill, Chair of the Hospitality and Tourism Skills (HATS) Network comments:

“With skilled talent in high demand by employers, it’s clear there is an opportunity to influence the culture, working practices and the quality of jobs on offer. The ‘What matters?’ survey is an opportunity for employees to tell the industry what’s important to them and for employers to hear what current and future talent want.”

The results of the survey will be used to inform industry and encourage change.

Roisin McKee, Project Director of the Hospitality and Tourism Skills (HATS) Network comments:

“As businesses begin to look at ways to offer a different and better quality job experience I would urge employers to encourage their teams to share their views and experiences. This is an opportunity to encourage change and identify ways to improve the future talent pipeline.”

Employees across the industry are invited to share their views in the survey here.

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